Meet Camp Korey’s new Chief Program Officer, Matthew Cook, through an excellent interview over on the SeriousFun Children’s Network blog! Read more.
Camp Korey camper art is featured now at the Museum of Northwest Art’s OutsideIn Gallery. Read more.
Data analysis from a Washington State University Tri‑Cities psychology statistics course will be used to help Camp Korey, a camp for children with serious medical conditions, improve recruitment strategies and further refine camp programming to meet the needs of the children and families it serves amid COVID‑19 and beyond. Read more.
Camp Korey has received a generous grant from Niagara Cares to support our 2021 Summer Camp programs. Read more.
The Washington Youth Development Nonprofit Relief Fund made possible by the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act), implemented by the Washington State Department of Commerce and School’s Out Washington awards Camp Korey a $50,000 grant toward social and emotional and virtual camp programming. Read more.
Funding announcement: Honeywell Charitable Fund of the Community Foundation of the Rappahannock River Region. Read more.
Camp Korey Raises over $700,000 to Support Kids with Serious Medical Conditions: Guests from around the world joined around the virtual campfire to celebrate Camp Korey’s 15th anniversary. Read more.
Camp Korey welcomed over 140+ campers and their families back to Camp for a one-day, socially distanced Fall Harvest Drive-Thru on October 24, 2020. Read more.
October 19, 2020 – Camp Korey has been awarded a $15,000 grant from Newman’s Own Foundation, the independent foundation created by the late actor and philanthropist, Paul Newman. Read more.
The Importance of Giving Back: Western Washington University alumni spotlight on Camp Korey’s Volunteer Coordinator, Paige. Read more.
“It just really helped me realize compassion for people and wanting to help people because its greater than yourself at the end of the day.” – Camper Alum Ty was featured as one of Pacific Lutheran University’s “Lute Leaders.” Read more.
April 20, 2020 – Skagit County, Skagit Community Foundation and Camp Korey today announced a partnership to support first responders who are at risk of exposure to COVID-19 and slow its spread. Read more.